Scientist in Residence

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Welcome to Sydney

We host international scientists on a mini-sabbatical to work more closely with our team at the EMBL Australia Node in Single Molecule Science (SMS) at UNSW. Scientists in Residence are invited by SMS Group Leaders to exchange ideas, develop collaborations, and take advantage of our facilities, which includes a suite of powerful imaging tools.

The objectives of Scientist in Residence is to strengthen ties with researchers internationally; to mutually enrich our research programs via collaborations; and to provide an introduction to visitors to our gorgeous city.

We encourage our Scientists in Residence to bring their families to explore Sydney’s abundant sun, surf, national parks, stunning harbour, and so much more.

To find out more about Scientist in Residence, contact Scientia Professor Katharina Gaus

 

   

 

Past SMS Scientists in Resdence

image - Scientist in ResidenceJonathon (Joe) Howard             –July 2018. Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry, Yale University,  USA

image - Scientist in ResidenceSrigokul Upadhyayula                –June 2018. Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA

image - Scientist in ResidenceGuillaume Romet-Lemonne         –July 2017. Institut Jacques Monod, Paris, France

 

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Ludger Johannes                        –July 2017. Institut Curie, INSERM, Paris, France

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Roland Wedlich-Söldner                –July 2107. Institute for Cell Dynamics & Imaging, University of Münster, Germany

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Virgile Viasnoff  –May 2017. Mechanobiology Institute,         National University of Singapore

 

UNSW Sydney is well located between the central business district and local beaches

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